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Short Description
Nginx front-end for the official wordpress:fpm image.
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The official WordPress image has a PHP-FPM variant, but it still needs a web server to handle HTTP requests. This image provides an Nginx server ready to use as a wordpress:fpm front-end.

The Nginx configuration in this image is based on the guidelines given by the Wordpress Codex.

How to Use This Image

$ docker run --name some-nginx --link some-wordpress:wordpress --volumes-from some-wordpress -d -p 8080:80 raulr/nginx-wordpress

Environment Variables

  • POST_MAX_SIZE: Sets max size of post data allowed. Also affects file uploads (defaults to 64m).
  • BEHIND_PROXY: Set to true if this container is behind a reverse proxy (defaults to false unless VIRTUAL_HOST environment variable is set).
  • REAL_IP_HEADER: Defines the request header that will be used to obtain the real client IP when BEHIND_PROXY is set to true (defaults to X-Forwarded-For).
  • REAL_IP_FROM: Defines trusted addresses to obtain the real client IP when BEHIND_PROXY is set to true (defaults to 172.16.0.0/12).
  • WP_CONTAINER_NAME: Defines your Wordpress (PHP-FPM) container's name aka fastcgi_pass (defaults to wordpress).

... via docker-compose

Example docker-compose.yml:

wordpress:
  image: wordpress:fpm
  links:
    - db:mysql
nginx:
  image: raulr/nginx-wordpress
  links:
   - wordpress
  volumes_from:
   - wordpress
  ports:
   - "8080:80"
  environment:
    POST_MAX_SIZE: 128m
db:
  image: mariadb
  environment:
    MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: example

Run docker-compose up, wait for it to initialize completely, and visit http://localhost:8080 or http://host-ip:8080.

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